Alpina Shoefactory

The Alpina factory was founded in 1959 in Reghin under the name IPM Sport, initially producing sports shoes. In 1991, the company undergoes a transformation, and changed its name IPM Sport into Alpina.

Since 1998 he has been part of the Omniwear Group, a Dutch multinational company in the footwear industry for three generations.

 

Alpina Reghin has extensive experience in development and manufacturing of modern footwear. The company develops its own footwear range for men and women. It also produces for top international brands and retailers such as HINSON STUDIOS, OMNIO, ALDO, ZARA and MASSIMO DUTTI.

 

Over the years, the factory has mastered the development and production process and has also supplied sports brands such as PUMA and DECATHLON,as part of its production portfolio, while high-performance VIKING boots are still produced in Reghin - over 40 years!

 

The company has a large portfolio for women and men, from performance to smart casual shoes. It develops 3 collections by season, the development and design team pays particular attention to market trends and preferences, bringing new and unique collections to the production lines.